Staples Center Donates Food To Homeless Services Amid Event SuspensionsStaples Center has donated more than 7,000 pounds of food to homeless services organizations after a long list of NBA events have been suspended in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a tweet Friday night.
Coronavirus In Los Angeles: Professional Athletes Largely Quiet About PandemicThe LA sports Twitter-sphere, outside of bland comments from LeBron James and Mike Trout, remains quiet in the face of coronavirus-induced delays.
NBA Suspends Season After Player Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe NBA announced that it was suspending game play following Wednesday night's scheduled games until further notice over coronavirus concerns.
Major Sports Leagues Reduce Media Locker Room Access Due To Coronavirus ConcernsAmid growing concern about the coronavirus, Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, the National Basketball Association and the National Hockey League will be limiting access to team locker rooms, the leagues announced Monday.
Report: NBA Tells Teams To Have Coronavirus Plans In Place By TuesdayAs the NBA prepares for the possibility that the global coronavirus outbreak could impact how games are played, the league office reportedly gave teams until Tuesday to have several precautionary measures in place.
Report: NBA Tells Teams They Should Prepare To Play Games In Empty Stadiums Over Coronovirus ConcernsAs the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus continued to grow, the NBA reportedly sent a memo to its teams and players indicating that they should prepare for the possibility of playing games without fans.
Kawhi Leonard Wins NBA All-Star Kobe Bryant MVP AwardKawhi Leonard has received the first-ever Kobe Bryant MVP Award.
Kobe Bryant Reflects On Career: 'My First Two Or Three Years Were A Nightmare'Lakers legend Kobe Bryant appeared on the All The Smoke podcast with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, saying that the first couple years were the lowest moment of his career.
'We Will All Miss Him': Tributes Pour In After Longtime NBA Commissioner David Stern DiesHours after it was announced that longtime NBA Commissioner David Stern died, basketball players and fans have been remembering the impact he had on the league, and the game itself.
David Stern, Former NBA Commissioner, Has Died At Age 77David Stern, the former commissioner of the National Basketball Association died Wednesday, the NBA said. He was 77.
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Suffers Brain HemorrhageFormer NBA Commissioner David Stern suffered a brain hemorrhage Thursday and underwent emergency surgery.
Lakers Preseason Games In China At Risk Of Being CanceledThe NBA called off scheduled media sessions Wednesday for the Lakers and Nets in Shanghai.
Adam Silver Defends Free Speech As China Threatens To Cut NBA Ties Over Fallout From Daryl Morey TweetRockets GM Daryl Morey sent a tweet voicing support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters over the weekend, then deleted it.
'Donald Sterling Had Been A Deplorable Person And Owner For A Long Time': Ramona Shelburne On ESPN's 30 For 30 Podcast Series 'The Sterling Affairs'Shelburne goes back in time and explains how Donald Sterling was banned from the NBA for life and what led up to this moment.
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